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Pet Sitting Insurance Protects Your Pet Family

As a pet sitter, you are more aware than most people that pets are part of the family. Just like the members of your human family, you want to makeRead More »
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Providing Pet Sitting Services for Senior Pets

If you are a pet care company who provides services for senior pets or special needs pets, having Pet Sitting Insurance is a must for your business. During the courseRead More »
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Five Ideas to Get Your First Dog Walking Clients

This is a guest blog post from Lindsay Stordahl of New dog walkers often make two mistakes: They wait too long before advertising their dog walking business. (Like, untilRead More »
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Should Pet Sitters Be Bonded and Insured?

If you are a pet sitting business owner you have liability exposure, and if you have employees, you have employee dishonesty exposures. (In other words, you are at risk ofRead More »
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Creating a Selling Website for Dog Walkers

For dog walkers, creating a fabulous website is an essential part of running a successful dog walker business. After all, your website is your opportunity to tell your story, createRead More »
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13 Reasons Why Groomers Need Pet Grooming Insurance

You don’t know what you don’t know until it’s too late. This old platitude is particularly true when it comes to pet groomer insurance and liability risks. For small businessesRead More »
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Comparing Employee Dishonesty Coverage & Bonding

PCI’s employee dishonesty coverage is similar to a bond, but there may be some key differences to consider.

Employee dishonesty coverage:

  • Can be purchased in the same transaction
  • Doesn’t run credit checks
  • Provides $10,000 per occurrence and $25,000 aggregate coverage

Bonds may differ from our dishonesty coverage by:

  • Checking your credit during the application process
  • Having a “Conviction Claus;” Often bonds won’t pay on claims unless there is a conviction
  • Many require you to reimbursement the bonding company after a claim is paid